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Submitted by Ugri (Finland), Jul 27, 2010 at 02:09

Thanks Ianus for the hefty package! Digesting it will take some time, and among other things one begins to wonder if certain families of mankind have a special gift ("charisma") at wreaking havoc and mayhem.

Considering all the twists and swirls of history, an impression remains that this Genghis Khan business beats all the best scriptwriters of Hollywood.
By the way, have you ever come across the Bjarmians? A Fenno-Ugric people whose fate also loosely touches the Mongol expansion.

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